For Students in Middle and High School
Deadline: December 1. The Means Fund is awarded for educational travel by middle or secondary students to classical sites as part of a program created by a classics teacher.
Deadline: December 15. The CANE Writing Contest is an annual event open to students taking Latin, Greek, or Classics in New England middle and high schools. Prizes are awarded to top contenders on the state and regional level.
For College Students
Deadline: December 1. The Barker Scholarship is awarded for travel to an undergraduate who is participating in a study program organized by a classics department or Classical studies program.
Deadline: February 1. The CANE Certification Scholarship is awarded to an undergraduate in New England seeking secondary-school certification of Latin or Greek.
Deadline: February 15. The Phyllis B. Katz Prize is awarded to an undergraduate student of Classics in support of his or her research endeavors.
For Teachers and Instructors
Deadlines: October 1, December 1, February 1, May 1. These funds are available to classroom teachers for class projects, research, and classroom materials.
Deadline: As needed. These funds are available to support educational programs that promote the study of Classical languages and history.
The Barlow-Beach Distinguished Service Award
Deadline: December 15. The Barlow-Beach Award is awarded to individuals who are notable for their distinguished service to CANE and to the Classics in New England. Please submit nominations to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Winners from the past 5 years include (See Wikipedia article for full list):
2016 John Higgins
2015 Jeremiah Mead
2014 Richard Clairemont
2013 Shirley G. Lowe
2012 Rosemary A. Zurawel
Deadline: December 31. The Matthew I. Wiencke Award recognizes excellence in teaching in the primary, middle, and secondary school levels.
Deadline: January 15. The Cornelia Catlin Coulter Memorial Rome Scholarship is awarded for study at the Summer Session of the School of Classical Studies at the American Academy in Rome.
Deadline: January 15. The CANE Endowment Scholarship is awarded for summer study normally at the American School of Classical Studies at Athens or at places other than the American Academy in Rome.
Deadline: January 15. The Renata Poggioli Award is awarded for travel to Italy and/or Greece typically during the summer months. It is available only during even years.
For First-Time CANE Annual Meeting Attendees
Deadline: February 15, with rolling acceptances for unused funds until March 1. The Finnegan-Plante Scholarship is awarded to first time attendees of CANE’s Annual Meeting whose schools do not cover the cost.